"I dare do all...": The saga of Dr. Tillson Lever Harrison

Levine, Allan E.
November 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/6/2007, Vol. 177 Issue 10, p1237
Academic Journal
A biography of Dr. Tillson Lever Harrison, a Canadian physician, surgeon, army officer and adventurer is presented. He was born in Tillsonburg, Ontario on January 7, 1881 and studied at University of Toronto Medical School in 1907. He had joined the 22nd Oxford Rifles militia at the age of 14 and later served with the Americans in the Philippines in 1901. He had left to do postgraduate work in obstetrics and gynecology in London, England and died near Kaifeng, China on January 10, 1947.


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